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Rugby Sevens Series Victoria, Canada 2018 Results

HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series Victoria, Canada 2018 Fixtures and Pools 12th and 13th May. Scores will be updated as the results come in.  All times are local. Pool A: New Zealand, Fiji, England, Brazil Pool B: France, Russia, USA, Japan Pool C: Australia, Spain, Ireland, Canada Saturday 12 May 2018 Match 1: 10.30

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Captains ready for HSBC Canada Women’s Sevens

Twelve captains gathered today at the historic Hatley Castle in Victoria ahead of an exciting weekend of rugby at the penultimate round of the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series in Langford, Canada. Westhills Stadium plays host to the HSBC Canada Women’s Sevens 2018 on 12-13 May with New Zealand looking to retain the title

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Keith Mason takes Ladies’ training session

The Wakefield Trinity ladies team recently benefited from a training session lead by special guest Keith Mason. The former Trinity, Saints, Castleford and Huddersfield Giants player put the ladies through a master class of skills and strategy following their recent round 3 win over Stanningley. Mason has appeared in the film Skin Traffik alongside Mickey

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England make four changes for Langford Sevens

England Women Sevens head coach James Bailey has made four changes to the England Sevens side that will play in the fourth leg of the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series in Langford, Canada on 12-13 May (streamed live via WorldRugby.org). Olivia Jones, Chantelle Miell, Katie Mason and Sarah McKenna re-join the squad alongside Kelly

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Harlequins Ladies announce Tyrrells Premier 15s Final Squad

Karen Findlay and Gary Street have named their matchday squad for their showdown with Saracens Women at Ealing Trailfinders RC on Sunday. It is a star-studded side with Commonwealth bronze-medallist Jess Breach making her return to the 22. Speaking ahead of the final Harlequins Ladies Co-Head Coach Gary Street said: “We are all extremely excited.

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